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Stories from Friday, August 14, 2009

Fenwick's bond set at $30K (08/14/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Despite the state's objection, Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley on Thursday set bond for a woman accused of stealing over $200,000 from a Greencastle church at $30,000 with 10 percent allowed. Melynda J. "Mindy" Fenwick, 37, of Greencastle was charged with six counts of Class C felony forgery and five counts of Class D felony theft in connection with incidents that are alleged to have happened over the past several years at Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church...
Average House Band together again (08/14/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Depending on who you ask, rock and roll was invented in the 1930s, 40s or 50s. Be that as it may, more than 250 years of rock experience will be taking the stage at the Walden Inn tonight and tomorrow. The Average House Band will once again be reuniting this weekend for a pair of shows...
2nd Ward citizens share their thoughts (08/14/09)
GREENCASTLE -- More than 40 residents gathered at Deer Meadow Primary School Thursday night, as city councilor Mark Hammer hosted the Community Forward Second Ward Neighborhood Meeting. This was the second such meeting in the city, following a First Ward meeting earlier this year. ...
Cloverdale High School hosts open house Monday (08/14/09)
CLOVERDALE -- Cloverdale High School will have an open house from 6 to 7 p.m. Aug. 17 in the cafeteria, where there will be a brief welcome and introduction. Parents and students are welcome to view the classrooms and visit the Knoy Resource Center, as well as the new facility upgrades...
Big Dog Ride benefits search and rescue teams (08/14/09)
GREENCASTLE -- When a child goes missing or an elderly person disappears search and rescue teams spread out looking for them. Often search and rescue dogs are used but first humans and canines have to be trained. In Greencastle there is an organization called The American Mantrailing Academy providing free training to all search and rescue teams or individuals willing to volunteer their time and services to assist local authorities, Homeland Security, or emergency management agencies, and others when searching for lost or missing persons.. ...
McCloud Nature Park hosts slimy and fun nature activities (08/14/09)
NORTH SALEM -- McCloud Nature Park is welcoming guests of all ages to enjoy a weekend full of fish, reptiles and amphibian activities Saturday and Sunday. Participants will have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of events at the nature center, including a search for frogs and toads, a fly fishing demonstration as well as a hunt for snakes in the park...
Langdon leads Clovers to second place at Forest Park (08/14/09)
BRAZIL -- The Cloverdale girls' golf team battled Northview and Linton Thursday evening at Forest Park. The Knights edged Cloverdale 186-190, while Linton was third with a total of 221. Senior Kayla Langdon fired a 43 to tie for the low round of the match along with Northview's Mandy Thomspon. ...
Lady Tiger Cubs come up short in three-way (08/14/09)
BROWNSBURG -- Chelsea Samuels took the medalist honors in Thursday's meet against Cascade and Brownsburg, firing a 41, but it wasn't enough for the Lady Tiger Cubs to win. Cascade won the match with a combined score of 202, while Brownsburg took second with a 211. Greencastle shot a team total of 211, but Brownsburg's fifth golfer carded a better score...
South Putnam to dedicate football field (08/14/09)
GREENCASTLE -- South Putnam will rename its football field Wildman Field at its Sept. 4 game against Rockville. The field will be christened Wildman Field in honor of Indiana Football Hall of Fame coach Mark Wildman. In his time at South Putnam, Wildman recorded 140 wins and brought to Putnam County its only state football championship back in 1986...
Thanks to WIC for a great event (08/14/09)
To the Editor: I would like to thank Sarah and the local WIC office for a great event last night at the park. The event that was held in honor of World Breastfeeding Week was well done and very nicely put together. I went with my sister and cousin, and took two of my children. We all had a great time eating pizza and playing games. We even won door prizes!...
Museum meeting and gala a big success (08/14/09)
To the Editor: It may take a village to raise a child, but it takes loyal members to produce a successful fundraiser, and that is exactly what occurred Aug. 1 at the Putnam County Museum's EIghth Annual Meeting and Gala. Over 85 enthusiastic members were in attendance, enjoying each other's company, participating in the silent auction, enjoying the refreshments, and applauding the guest speaker...
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